The Sunflower, v.78, no.35 (February 22, 1974)
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The Sunflower, v.78 no.35. Wichita, Kansas, February 22, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Kidnapers demand more -- Revolutionaries kidnap editor -- Security records surge in tickets / Dan Bearth -- Food price rise predicted for CAC / Ginny Kahmeyer -- Senate to act on salaries -- WSU Shockettes at GOP rally draw inquiry -- Mitch’s square / R. L. Mitchell --Awareness: Woman defined / Diana Neuwirth -- Three well known authors: Writers appear for seminar -- Writers appear for seminar -- Tryouts set for girls softball -- Trackmen go for indoor title / Rick Plumlee -- 'Physical Fitness' offered to students -- Early-leaving fans miss win / Rick Plumlee -- U.S. guilty of energy overuse -- Anything goes when north wind blows
Photograph(s): Cold air from the north brought winds and snow to Kansas Thursday. These WSU students felt the effects of the weather as they hurried for shelter. See story and more pictures on page 8. p. 1 -- Junior varsity loses. / photo by Curt Lewis. p. 7 -- WSU coeds (above) brave the sudden change in weather Thursday, (bottom right ). Student finds herself alone on campus among the high winds and blowing snow. / photo by Greg Hedges. p. 8